Stonehams Fine 1922 Band: Yellow Hand and Stablemates in Good Condition at Jamaica-Racing Prospects, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-28


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| . I i t . ; . , . t I [ , STQNEHAMS FINE 1922 BAND I Yellow Hand and Stablcmates in Good Condition - at Jamaica— Racing Prospects. NKW YORK. N. Y.. March 27.— A stable of f horses which should give a good account of them serves in the racing of the coming season is that -n 1 charge of trainer A. J. Ooldsborough. The bulk of the trainers aggregation, of course, is the fine ■ collection of thoroughbreds assembled by Chhnrles s A. president of the New York National 1 Leagae Baseball cinb. but Mr. Gsliaboieagh also i has iu his charge two horses belonging to George ,, H. Pull and one the property of C. H. Thieriot. The outstanding member of the Stoneham aggregation " is th" Kossendale gelding Yellow Hand, the leading American handicap horse of 1921, which is expected to inarch on to even greater and more impressive " triumphs during the coming season. Yellow Hand was not so highly regarded at the start of last J years racing, but. he soon demonstrated his right to rank among the best and toward the end of the year he always drew top weight from the handicap- per. YoHow- Hand wintered in fine condition. He has • not been both, red by any of the cold weather ail- ■ ments which are prone to attack horses in the off f season and should round into racing condition with • little difficulty. The veteran Recount, now seven years old. still I has a few good races left in his sturdy lei:s. Dry r Moon, four year-old son of Olambala — Honeymoon, . and three three-year-olds which have, as yet. been tried but slightly in competition round out Stone-ham - stable of older horses. The two-year-olds include several individuals of f excellent information anil much racing promise and all of them should perform well in the juvenile . racing of the coming season. Five of the nine ; youngsters were purchased from R. T. Wilson last Asaraet, three others at the Saratoga auctions and the Meridian Daruma colt at the R. I. Carman i sale during the Pimlico autumn meeting. Mustard Seed, the three-year-old Peter Quince colt belonging to Oceege 11. Bull, is well engaged in the three-year-old stakes of 1922 aud trainer Golds borough expects him to give a good account of • himself. Mr. Bull also has a two-year-old colt by tell— Marsh Light. Trainer Gold-boroughs establishment is completed I by the four-year-old colt Prince James, by King • laaaee Laeeaa, the property jf C. H. Thieriot. No jockey has been engaged to ride the Goldsbor-ough . stables horses this year, but it is considered i probable that the bulk of the riding will be done . by the veteran C. II. Miller, who is now riding at Tijuana. Following is a complete list of the horses in charge of trainer Goldsborough : Property of C. A. Stoneham. The three-year-olds and over iu the Stoneham , stable are: Recount, b. h. 7. by Ballot — Censure, by Star Ruby. Yellow Hand, b. g, 3, by Rossendale — Yellow Sea, by Mart agon. Dry Moon. b. c. 4. by Olambala — Honeymoon, by Matchmaker. Monday Morning, blk. c, 3. by King James — Washerwoman, by Karta Mar. Flannel Shirt, b. c, ■. by King James — Turkey Red II.. by William Rufns. Superillusion. b. c. 3. by Superman — Disillusion, by Chilton. The Stoneham two-year-olds are as follows: Forest Fire, eh. c. by Campfire — Fantastic, by Dis/llise. Brown colt, by Ogden — Scenery, by Sain. Bay colt, by Hearleaa — Mary Davis, by Watercress. Buy colt, by Olambala — Mary Sellars. by Uncommon. Bay colt, by Wrack — Rahu. by Disguise. Bay coll. by Meridian — Daruma. by Solitaire II. Chestnut colt, by Campfire — Honeymoon, by Ma tehniaker. Brown filly, by Olambala — Mauviette. by Mexican. Bay filly, by Olambala — Long Range, by St. Frtisquin. Property of G. H. Bull. Mustard Seed, b. c. 3, by Peter Quince — Alsike. by Pen Biush. Chestnut colt. 2. by Celt — Marsh Light, by Hamburg. Property of C. H. Thieriot. Prince James, blk. c, 4, by King James — Lacona, by Potomac.

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